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DVD rip software

Mar 25, 2010 6:18AM PDT

I actually do not need technical assistance
All I need is to find out what the best freeware dvd rip software is.
Would be greatly appreciated

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(NT) DVDShrink
Mar 25, 2010 7:33AM PDT
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I don't know if dvdshrink is the best, but...
Mar 25, 2010 8:13AM PDT

I love it for editing. Very fast.

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DVD Ripper on Mac
Mar 25, 2010 5:22PM PDT

It's the flagship product of iSkysoft with most powerful features by far. This all-in-one Mac DVD & Video Converter helps you rip DVDs, convert videos of all popular formats (such as MP4, MTS, MOD, MOV, AVI, WMV) and extract audios from DVD or video files with high conversion speed.

It supports conversion for all popular mobile players such as iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, Zune HD, PSP, Xbox 360, PS3, etc. It also provides optimized output setting for iMovie, iDVD and YouTube. iMedia Converter 2.0 is specifically designed for Mac OS X 10.5 Intel and 10.6 Snow Leopard.

http://www.imedia.converter-for-mac.com

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DVD Ripper
Mar 25, 2010 8:59PM PDT

Thanks!
I downloaded this & so far-it's great!

Greatly appreciated!

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NO thanks
Mar 25, 2010 9:39PM PDT

It doesn't matter
No thanks

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Does Mac mean Mac?
Apr 14, 2010 2:36AM PDT

Is this program only for Mac computers?

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where'd it go?
Apr 21, 2010 12:38AM PDT

Last week someone responded to my question about free dvd rippers for Windows, but that response is now gone. How'd that happen? Anyone have any other suggestions? It's hard to pull them out of all the various threads. Thanks.

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Could be deleted because considered spam.
Apr 21, 2010 12:39AM PDT

That happens if somebody keeps and repeats recommending the same software.

Kees

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dvd ripper for windows
Apr 21, 2010 2:11AM PDT

I have downloaded & tried several different softwares for drm removal & dvd ripping(DVD Next Copy2, DRM busters, free dvd ripper for windows, handbrake,etc.,and a couple others, and have occasional success with them. However, lately, with even updates installed, the programs sometimes crash or stop in the middle of the download & freeze up when ripping the newest dvd movies, like Sherlock Holmes , The twilight Saga-New Moon, Precious, etc. It's like the newest dvd's have developed ways to stop the drm removal & ripping procedures.Usually, if one of them won't work, none of the rest do, either.
Anyone else have these problems and found a way around them? I saw the comment about Tanbee for Mac, but doesn't help much if you're running Windows 7. Everybody have a good day!

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Re: removing DRM
Apr 21, 2010 4:12AM PDT

Discussion of such isn't allowed on these forums. We respect the copyright of the owners.

Locking this thread.

Kees

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